What's happening in Iraq is just more evidence that non-interventionism is the best US policy. We don't need to get involved in Mideast affairs. There should be a US foreign policy plan to remove our military forces from the Mideast and end our dependency on oil from that region. There's been talk about ending the dependence, but not enough action.
The fact that our involvement in Syria has been greater than our government has told us is an example of the military/industrial complex out of control. We need a Commander in Chief who understands the concept tof non-interventionism, because if we keep getting in deeper in the Mideast, it could be the tipping point that collapses us financially. But aside from the financial disaster of Mideast involvement, it's none of our business how the people of this region settle their differences.
The US justifies it's meddling in the affairs of Mideast countries by hiding in obscurantism of UN and NATO actions. UN and NATO are useless organizations for which the US has no good use. America should be a trading nation, one with a military strong enough that no one chooses to challenge it -- we defend our borders and trade freely with all countries -- that's enough.